Hands-on review: CES 2016: Samsung Galaxy TabPro S

The Samsung Galaxy TabPro S is a tablet I wasn’t expecting to see at CES 2016, even after I was told it existed. The Galaxy name (usually reserved for Android devices) meant I was surprised when it appeared with Windows 10.

But before we get onto the operating system, let’s talk about the tablet itself – it’s another plastic effort from Samsung, but it’s well built once again.

The specs seem to be more than good enough, with a 12-inch 2160×1440 resolution on top of the Super AMOLED technology meaning you’re getting the same beautiful images we’ve come to expect from Samsung screens.

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The keyboard accessory, while clipping on nicely, isn’t as impressive and hopefully third party options will appear to fill the gap. Assuming price isn’t too hefty here though, the TabPro S could be good choice as a laptop replacement.

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